PHOTO: Waterville rookie 1-2 team

The 2022 Waterville Youth football rookie 1-2 team, front row, from left to right, Mason Sheets, Landon Nalley, Cameron McDade, Chandler Gerow, Revan Gurney and Jordon Bolduc. Middle row, Kennedy Beck, Ace Shaw, Bennett Hotham, Quincy Abrams, Jr., Vito Isgro, Kayson Glidden. Back, Coach Troy Jonson, Coach Matt Theriault, Coach Nick Isgro and Coach Chad Glidden. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography)

PHOTO: U14 Winslow girls travel soccer

The 2022 U14 Winslow girls soccer team, front row, from left to right, Mirra Meak, Davanee Kimball, Isabella Loubier, Olivia Coldwell, Maria Moumouris and Tenley Nadeau. Back, Head coach Sim Meak, Meredith Tyler, Elaina Rioux, Hayden Breton, Elsie Spear, Alexandria Young, Kera Bilodeau, Assistant coach Joshau Giroux and Kayla Giroux. Absent from photo Mikaylka Achorn. (photo by Missy Brown, Central Maine Photography)

LIFE ON THE PLAINS: Pictorial walk down Water St., and buildings that are no longer there

by Roland D. Hallee

Over the next few weeks, we will go down Water St., from north to south, and take a look at some of the buildings that played a major role in the self-contained community of The Plains, that have long since been demolished.

All photos courtesy of E. Roger Hallee

The old barn that stood across the street from the Lockwood-Duchess Textile Mill, and out buildings. The former KFC building now occupies the site.

Rodrigue’s Market, and below, Ma Roy’s Tavern. In the approximate area of where Sunrise Bagel now stands.

Ma Roy’s tavern

Pete’s Market, three doors down from where Ma Roy’s Tavern was located.

 

PHOTOS: Lawrence homecoming parade

Malcolm Gilliland, Jace Elliott, and Kaiya Stevens ride a float for Junior PAL team VFW in the Lawrence Homecoming Parade on September 16. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

Albion’s Junior PAL cheerleading team for Kennebec Timber Framing during the Lawrence Homecoming Parade, on Friday Sept 16. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

PHOTOS: Fairfield PAL football action

Kahl Bolster, (36), of Clinton, maneuvers out of a close tackle by Keon Tae Stevens (12), of Benton, and gains a first down during the opening PAL Football Frenzy Game, on Sunday, September 4. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

Fairfield PAL football team member Christopher Roy, (81), of Albion, makes a touchdown for his team during the Junior PAL Football Frenzy on Sunday, Sept. 4. (photo by Ramey Stevens, Central Maine Photography)

PHOTO: Fall sunset

Gary Mazoki, of Palermo, captured this fall sunset recently.

Waterville H.S. class of ‘66 holds 56th reunion

Front row, from left to right, Marilyn Patterson Bouchard, Pauline Harding Gorham, Angie Fortin Loftus, Linda Pomerleau, Nancy Knauff Atkins, Louise Lord Proulx, Mary Ann White, Eva Couture Michaud and Cheryl Abbott. Back, Buz Brown, Peter Hallee, Mike Labbe, Charlie Breton, Tom Nale, John Hairsine, Roland Hallee, Peter Beckerman, Mike Paquette, John Nadeau, David Begin, Mike Vashon, Bob Bourassa, Dan Cosgrove, Ron Raymond, Jim Vashon, Norman Mattson and Jim Bosse. (contributed photo)

On August 3, the Waterville High School class of 1966 held its belated 55th (actual 56th) class reunion, at the Forrest J. Pare VFW #1285, in Waterville.

PHOTO: Winner

Eben Haviland, 10, of Waterville, captured the state championship in the boys 9/10 800 meters race walk at the USATF State Track Meet, held on Saturday, August 13, at Cony High School, in Augusta. (Central Maine Photography photo)

Courtesy boat inspectors busy

Pictured, left to right, are Wyatt McKenney, Alex Reitchel, and Brody Worth, all of Palermo. They will be incoming ninth graders at Erskine Academy, in South China, this year. (contributed photo)

The Sheepscot Lake Association Courtesy Boat Inspectors have been having a busy season at Palermo’s new boat launch! They have inspected over 100 boats for invasive species during their weekend shifts, and also educated boaters on the importance of self-inspections, both before entering and when leaving the lake. This is important since the inspectors are not always there to check your boat for you. It all plays a part in keeping Sheepscot the healthy lake that it is.

Give Us Your Best Shot! for Thursday, August 25, 2022

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FIRE IN THE SKY: Joan Chaffee, of Clinton, photographed this fiery sunset.

IT’S HARVEST TIME: Gary Mazoki and Marty Holzer, of Palermo, snapped this photo of garlic hanging in the barn.

MAY FLOWERS: James Poulin, of South China, captured these flowers back in May.